Discussion in 'World Coins' started by petro89, Mar 29, 2011.
10 kurus 1341 (1923).
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Just won this beauty.
Austria: Franz Joseph I silver "Shooting Festival" Medal 1880 MS66 PCGS
It's also known as a 2 Florin. Depending on the slab it'll sometimes be called a medal, and sometime 2 Florin. This is inconsistent even within the same grading company (PCGS/NGC).
@mkivtt but something I have admired for a while. Picked this up for just above spot.
Hungary 1855B AR 20 Kreuzer
A pleasing gem example of an Austrian type struck in Hungary during the Austrian occupation of Hungary (1849-1867).
Hungary 1859B Copper Kreuzer
NGC MS63 RB
Another pleasing Austrian occupation issue, for my Hungarian kreuzer/krajczar date set (1848-1892).
Hungary 1933BP AR 2 Pengő
I'll be crossing this to NGC. A common date with a strong strike and pleasing toning.
USSR 1924ПЛ AR Ruble
What's this? A Soviet issue? But this isn't Hungarian! I like the design. Some influence from @lordmarcovan I think. Plus my wife is from Belarus.
Nicely done, comrade!
Your Russkie rouble is two points higher than mine. Very nice.
The 1855 20K already captured my attention over on CollectiveCoin.
I like the one with the rose. I gather that must be a coelacanth fish on the 2-meticais.
Edit: yep. It must be a coelacanth.
Both coins are solid frost , deep camo....both are holograms and under the right light unbelievable colors....my camera hasn't captured.
I do believe that the 3 mast scooner ,would go 70.
The RCM does make a quality product in some of the purest ore on the planet.
Kazakhstan has some of the best coins and banknotes in the world imo
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